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Travel Blogs from Estes Park
... Shelley- It is so beautiful here and the kids are settling into the trip. We keep reminding them (especially Will) to be in the moment and really experience it. Let go of the phrase "what's next". Inevitably something will come next. Living in the now can take some practice. My hope is this year will hold many opportunities for ...
... for you to walk on because the plant life is so fragile that if it is stepped on it takes years to recover. Unfortunately, we were a little early to see any of the flowers blooming. They have had a very cool spring also.
Some of the wildlife we saw was: baby coyote cubs at the visitor center, elk, moose with a baby, marmots, prairie dogs. Marmots even survive on the tundra.
The park is ...
... looks just lovely and was a great rate at $175. I had asked at several other regular hotels which were kind of iffy and their rates were just as bad for a regular hotel room. This looks like it will be quite lovely and it’s a good location. It’s up in the hills which Jym likes climbing on and near the "twin Owls" rock formations which are quite amazing to see. I first noticed them when we were returning to the Stanley ...
... winter coat of fur. When they started walking away from us we sat down by a stream in Lulu City, the place that used to have a population of 200 people. Now it has a population of zero. For our snack we had almonds, dried mango, and Madison had crackers because she can’t eat nuts. There was this squirrel that was trying to eat our snack. It looked like a chipmunk. It’s called a ...
... elation and relief.
A gas station nap in Elko just before sunrise. Woke up two hours later, rested and glad for the sun to be above the horizon (this was somewhat planned so that I would not need to drive east into the rising sun). Across the Great Salt Flats through Mormon country of past and present and in to Salt Lake City. When I first moved to Colorado, I had answered a craiglist ad looking for a roommate. Chris, from Minnesota, was renting a house ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Historical Traveler Reviews A Mountain Valley Home B&B Inn Estes Park
We were married April 29, 2006 in the Mountain Valley B&B in Estes Park. The ceremony was performed by Paul and all arrangements were made by Lynn. It couldn't have been better. Everything went very smoothly. All the guest were very impressed and complimented us on such a great choice.
Outstanding B&B, Very Romantic Accommodations
Lynn and Paul are excellent hosts! They recommended a number of restaurants and the one we went to was outstanding. The rooms are furninshed with top of the line furniture. They had many candles in the room which we used to create a very romantic atmosphere. Paul's breakfast in the morning was a perfect start to the day. We will be back next time we are in Estes Park.
Absolutely loved A Mountain Valley Home!
Our stay with Lynn and Paul was a perfect weekend getaway....complete with romantic rooms, king sized bed with silky soft sheets and a truely gourmet breakfast courtesy of Paul. You won't regret staying at this place....you'll do what we did....look at your calender to see when you can plan your next escape! We are looking forward to going back!
Great weekend away
My wife and I went to Estes Park for our 7-year anniversary. This was our first experience with any Bed & Breakfast. We were not sure what to expect. Lynn and Paul went out of their way to make us feel right at home. They made sure that our weekend was romantic and offered many suggestions in and around town. The room was great and was very cozy. We loved getting to know everybody and had a few laughs. Both my wife and I know where we will be staying again once we get back up there. The rooms were clean, and very quite. We loved it!
If you're looking for a fabulous, quiet getaway, I cannot recommend A Mountain Valley Home B&B highly enough! Paul & Lynn are the most cordial of hosts, and went out of their way to make this stay a memorable one.
My husband and I spent a wonderfully romantic and relaxing Saturday night at Mountain Valley Home Bed and Breakfast. Our room was spacious, immaculate and looked like a page out of House Beautiful. The jacuzzi tub and two person shower were especially delightful and the four poster bed was so warm and cozy we never wanted to leave! As if the the bed and breakfast weren't lovely enough, the view from our room was breathtaking and the six deer who peered in our window as we were waking on Sunday morning were a treat for us "city slickers!" We can't recommend the Mountain Valley Home Bed and Breakfast highly enough. Lynn and Paul are the hosts and they do an absolutely fabulous job of treating their guests like royalty and anticipating their every need. You owe it to yourself to spend some time at the Mountain Valley Home Bed and Breakfast!
We enjoyed the awesome atmosphere of the 'Bear's Den' room and felt like we were in a secluded cabin. There was beauty and calm for all the senses and really made our get-away a relaxing time together. The mountain setting is beautiful, with a multitude of outdoor activities available as well as fun local shopping. More than anything, we enjoyed our time together in the quiet of our room. To top that off is a gourmet breakfast with wonderful conversation. Gary & Jaynie
For our first visit to the Colorado Rocky Mountains, my husband and I could not have chosen a more perfect home-away-from-home than A Mountain Valley Home B&B. The accommodations were exceptional -- we stayed in the Mountain View Room complete with an in-room jacuzzi, private bath, fireplace, king-size bed, beautiful decor throughout. There are 5 guest rooms in total -- and all are wonderfully detailed. And no matter what direction you looked from the windows, you could see the Rocky Mountains! ...Just beautiful!
My husband and I had a lovely 3 day stay with Lynn and Paul, the new owners of this property. The room was gorgeous, the bed so comfortable, and the sheets divine!! Of course, the scenery in Rocky Mountain Park is phenomenal, but sharing our breakfast with elk and deer is not MY normal AM routine! Paul mans the kitchen for a delicious out-door breakfast, with a beautiful yogurt parfait to begin and hearty entree folowups. The inn includes a comfortable downstairs great room and kitchen so one can eat-in if you choose. A hot-tub is also available to ease sore muscles after a long hike in the Park. I think inns are made by the personalities of the owners (as well as the little details), and Lynn and Paul fit the bill. I would heartily recomment this property to any one. I know you'll enjoy your stay.
If you want to be spoiled for a few days, then you should stay with Ed Peterson at his "A Mountain Valley Home" B&B Inn, in Estes Park.